Following the announcement of the new national lockdown and shielding we have reactivated the Plymtree Village Hub to help anyone locally who may be confined to their home or need assistance.
The generally unsettled weather during June continued through July, although there were some short, very warm, dry spells in between. However, rainfall totals were generally small. The total rainfall I measured for the month was only 24.3mm.
The very warm and sunny weather of late May continued for the first 2 days of June. After that the weather became more unsettled at times with showers or longer spells of rain.
We are now over the immediate crisis of the Covid-19 pandemic and the Village Hub has fulfilled its limited, short-term objectives.
PLYMTREE PARISH COUNCIL Minutes of a virtual meeting held on 14th July 2020 at 7.30 pm. Present: Cllrs I Robinson (IR), R Tift (RT), A Cook (AC), A Stride (AS), S Martin (SM), S Stephens (SS), J Franklyn (JF, Clerk) 29a/20 Election of chairman: Cllr
The mobile library service will be returning with its first stop in Plymtree outside the church on Tuesday 21 July 10.45 – 11.30. A new “Choose & Collect” system is in place – please see the three documents below.
PLYMTREE PARISH COUNCIL From Parish Clerk: Jayne Franklyn, The Old Rectory, Plymtree Tel 01884 277963 Recent legislation permits Local Councils to conduct meetings remotely. A virtual meeting will be held on Tuesday 14th July 2020 at 7.30pm using the web-based video conferencing tool Zoom. Members
Please use the attached order form for Plymtree Community Shop’s delivery service for the goods it can supply (see guidance below) to those who are self-isolating or quarantined. The shop is also offering newspaper and magazine deliveries within the parish to discourage people from visiting
We are unable to have a full print run of the Plymtree Parish Magazine for June so are publishing the magazine here. Please view the magazine below or download the PDF file to read it.